• Long-snapper Luke Ingram is unique in that he throws a football left-handed and a baseball right-handed.
• Middle linebacker Brashton Satele undergoes shoulder surgery today in Los Angeles. He arrived in L.A. yesterday morning, and met with the surgeon. He’ll be back in town Friday.
• There’s a reason the Warriors don’t need to practice too much at Aloha Stadium. The lights there are high enough and set in such a way that they are not a distraction for punt returners or receivers. The Warriors practice there tomorrow night.
• The biggest adjustment is that Aloha Stadium’s FieldTurf — baked by the sun and worn down from several years of use — has fast traction. For the Warriors, who practice either on the grass field or Cooke/Ching field’s thick surface, playing at the stadium is the equivalent of removing leg weights. The receivers are going to be much faster.
• The looooong K5 production truck has arrived. The truck, built in Utah, is here for the next four months to shoot Rainbow Wahine volleyball and football pay-per-view events in HD. K5’s production crew started the training session yesterday.
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